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Found this new Blended Learning Video because I subscribe to the Bozeman channel which Paul Anderson creates, as a teacher of sciences and biology in particular.

In my opinion the video is very good because it ties in blended learning with the inquiry model of learning. It does not matter which model of inquiry learning you subscribe to you can see how blended learning is so effective.


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Comment by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie on February 1, 2017 at 13:36

Interesting video, and very well done - worth the time it took to watch/listen (even tho' I am one who strongly prefers reading - since I speed read and am always slammed :)  ).  EXCELLENT points re: multi-model instruction - wish all kids were lucky enough to have a teacher of his caliber.

With what's going on in the US re: confirmation of a woman who has NO qualifications for Sec. of Ed. (anybody's opinion, btw - not just mine - simply a fact), it's on my mind. I'm eager to see how education is faring in other countries.

Question about the mesmerizing spinning disk - how do the students with attentional struggles respond?  Since the brain uses the same channels for hearing and seeing, I always wonder if the neuro-diverse students are able to time-slice effectively, since we know now that true multitasking is a myth.  Are they actually getting the content (referencing the basketball/ape attention study)?

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Comment by Hazel Owen on October 16, 2012 at 15:37

Love the way he uses media to illustrate and demonstrate to tie together in a very practical way the concepts and what they 'look like' in practice.

I've seen quite a few of Bozeman's videos (courtesy of John S Oliver mainly :-p) and have learned heaps!! It would be a great exercise to pull apart what he is doing in his videos - the steps he takes...and - hopefully with students making their own videos - employ the structure to create their own learning videos. As he says in this video, he doesn't think you've learned something until you've explained it to somebody else...I guess I might add - and applied what you have learned to an authentic knotty problem.

Thanks for sharing, Leigh :-)

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